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AWARDS FOR ’93 LIGHTING PROJECTS ILLUMINATE THE WORK OF 2 UTAHNS

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Two men have received 1994 International Illumination Design awards from the Utah Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America for lighting design projects in 1993.

Joseph M. Good of Spectrum Professional Services was honored for his work on the lighting in the new Salt Lake Community Library, and Brent MacKay of Key Engineering was honored for his lighting design in two courtrooms in the Moss Federal Building and renovation of the city council chambers, Glendale, Ariz.The new lighting in the O.C. Tanner retail store, 20 E. South Temple, was recognized separately for design and energy efficiency. Good, Robert Brain and Robert Erklens combined on the design.

The award winners will compete in regional and international contests.